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Sunday, January 15, 2017


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Linda P

Thanks Pat... I think that would be a great quilt for teaching beginner. How fun!! We all need to do that...


Hi Pat. I would love to watch you on you tube or Facebook but I think you have forgotten about us Country people as I do not have Wi fi or free unlimited data to use. So I can't watch all this stuff as it eats up my data fast. I attended your class in Waukesha, Wi


Thanks for being such an awesome teacher,quilter and designer. I just love your work!


Linda I certainly have not forgotten about you.. all my main content are in my newsletter and my blog. Which you are getting.

Carol Bucher

I would like to sign up for your You Tube tutorials but it keeps wanting to use my husbands gmail account not my yahoo account. What can I do about that? Carol B.

Dorie Esquivel

I'm truly. Blessed with unlimited access to data at a flat rate. Though with limitation, I mighti get more done? Thanks for a great idea! Son's Steelers are moving forward another game, I have plenty of bee fabrics, as a bee efficianado. Gonna cut them out tomorrow! He deserves his team colors and to be reminded about mom's bee fettish! 🐝


You have such great posts and ideas. Enjoy following you. Thanks for all your ideas and help


Hi Pat,

I already subscribe to your videos. Enjoy them.


pat sloan

Carol you will need to contact Youtube help for that


I am excited to see how you use the walking foot. I have been considering buying a babylock crescendo, but I am not sure if I will like this walking foot. I love the large throat space on the machine and want to use it for machine quilting. Right now I am a "topper" because I did not enjoy hand quilting the one I did, and my quilt tops are too pretty to tie. I enjoy your posts, and look forward to watching your videos.

Judy G

"I would like to sign up for your You Tube tutorials but it keeps wanting to use my husbands gmail account not my yahoo account. What can I do about that? Carol B."

Carol -- YouTube / Google / Gmail are all related and part of the same family. When you go to sign on YouTube, it is going to look for the Gmail account the computer recognizes. You don't have to use your husband's Gmail account. You can CREATE a new account, using your Yahoo email address.

Hope this helps.

Judy G


The throat space is AMAZING and the walking foot is super simple to install! You will love it. I used the Crescendo for years, it's a great machine.


Gorgeous quilt Pat!


Thanks so much for the Golden Coins quilt pattern. I have an excess of jelly rolls and need to get using them. Love lap size quilts as I can quilt myself and makes such nice gifts.


Computer crashed and I could not wait for my son to come home from Austalia so fixed it myself, hahaha! Great pattern Pat and am going to get some materials for the sashing and then start!

Heather Reid


Have you ever used the Babylock Aventura? I have just purchased it as the Destiny was a little outside of my budget....do you think they would be along the same lines of ease of use and would I get the same results?



Could you please tell me what company or collection the folded yellow fabric with white dots is from? It is the fabric the thread and jelly roll sit on. Thank you in advance for your answer.


Jane I just added the info on the yellow. Its VERY old.. been out a long time. I give you two other options that will work.

Eileen Macri

Hello Pat the quilt is beautiful. Thanks for sharing. Thanks Eileen


Thanks Pat! I have a bunch of strips in my stash and now I know what to do with them.


Where do I put a photo of my "coin quilt? I am delighted with the way it turned out and so fast and easy. Thank you

Renda Weidler

I love love love my Destiny. Looking forward to watching your fmq video on it. You inspire us all.

Betty K

I have the Babylock Ellegante from many moons ago (guessing around 2002 or 2003. The quilting is something I am afraid of doing. With the new machine, Babylock Destiny I might be able to quilt my tops. I am new to Texas and just looked up shop that would be close to me. Might have to get myself a late Christmas present, ha!!! Love your "coin quilt" and want to make it so bad.


WOW! Love the Quilt and Fabrics!! My local shop, the Old Creamery Fabric & Quilt shop in Ellisburg, NY, used that Bee-utiful fabric for their Row by Row pattern this past summer!
Pat - do you use the walking foot when you attach your binding?

Karen Kendall

Love it....are the seam allowances 1/4 inch?


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